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Gradual Classical Logic for Attributed Objects - Extended in Re-Presentation

  title={Gradual Classical Logic for Attributed Objects - Extended in Re-Presentation},
  author={Ryuta Arisaka},
Our understanding about things is conceptual. By stating that we reason about objects, it is in fact not the objects but concepts referring to them that we manipulate. Now, so long just as we acknowledge infinitely extending notions such as space, time, size, colour, etc, - in short, any reasonable quality - into which an object is subjected, it becomes infeasible to affirm atomicity in the concept referring to the object. However, formal/symbolic logics typically presume atomic entities upon… Expand
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